Peter organized trip for young boys and girls.the main aim of the trip was to let them  interact with some of children’s of the village and to learn how they survive .and also to enjoy themselves outside lodwar.Children’s comes up with some of the advantage and disadvantages of trip.the weather of the area was much pleasing  and the soil was fertile that jopeva children’s  loved it because the soil was loam than the ones of lodwar which is mainly sandy.  the disadvantage of the area was that most children’s  were orphans and some of them had drop out of school due to lost of parental love and some were getting earlier pregnancy for example there was a girl by the name Arupe who was eighteen years old and had two children and peter was able to talk to her and she was able to explain how she got those two children and she told peter that if she will get a chance and support she is ready to go back to school .The children also appreciated Peter for organizing the trip because it was very wonderful and marvelous and much more they had learn a lot.The trip took two days and we are longing for another trip for the year 2016.WE WISH ALL OUR SPONSORS A HAPPY  AND PROSPERITY NEW YEAR  2016.MANY WISHES GOES TO TINE’S family,caroline,and JAN’S family of MAKE POSSIBLE.

Memories from 2015

Earthbag project

Here you can see the process of building a small building with earth bags.

We chose to build a standard roof construction.

We asked the children to start the building process with a very kind neighbour, Toiko as our building manager. The children started this work during their summer vacation. When they went back to school we hired some helpers to finish the building.

The result is fantastic! Not only is the building very solid and “termite” free (termites cannot digest the bags we use) – it is also a “cool” place to be in – since the walls accumulates the heat.

People in the surrounding community have followed the process and are very impressed.

And we look forward to sharing all our “hands on experience”.